Definition of bleeper in English:

bleeper

Line breaks: bleep¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈbliːpə
 
/

noun

British
A small portable electronic device which emits a series of high-pitched sounds when someone wants to contact the wearer.
More example sentences
  • So this may have implications in the design of driver environment in cab spaces so we're now working to see whether we can use various ecological valid devices like pagers or bleepers in people with severe deficits of this kind.
  • It is important to frisk your beloved for alternative mobiles, bleepers and other James Bond-style communication devices before saddling up and riding off into the sunset.
  • Great Ormond Street has given Mr Walker and Reece's mum Donna Walker a bleeper each so doctors can contact them at any time of day or night if organs become available.

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